INKATERRA MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO HOTEL – Unique Eco-hotel Floating in the Andean Cloud Forest

Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Location

On a private 5 hectare estate, 2020 meters above sea level, the eco-hotel nestles in the Andean cloud forest in the South American province of Urubamba. The City of Cusco is 110 km away, taking 3.5 hours by train.

The resort

This unique nature resort rises above the cloud forest near the Lost City of the Andes – Machu Picchu. As part of the Inkaterra stable, which has pioneered sustainable tourism since the 1970s, the hotel shares in the holistic approach of bringing together scientific research with conservation. There are 81 traditional Andean casitas with huge windows overlooking the forest, large fireplaces, Andean artefacts, alpaca blankets and lovely bathrooms. Some suites have a terrace or balcony. A beautiful restaurant, with thatched roof and glass walls, serves locally sourced food and the Spa offers a range of natural treatments. The on-site eco-centre introduces guests to local conservation projects, offering the chance to take part in a range of itineraries or customise a bespoke experience. As well as visiting the world-famous Machu Picchu, trips are also arranged to the nearby Andean Bear Centre and local tea plantation. Treks through the forest, particularly on the Orchid Trail, reveal the diversity and beauty of this precious environment.

Sustainability

  • Parent company is a leader in sustainable tourism
  • Conservation initiatives to protect Machu Picchu
  • Organic waste processing
  • Biodiesel plant
  • PET waste compacting
  • Spa uses local botanicals
  • Guest participation in local projects

Who’s this for?

Sustainably minded responsible travellers seeking to combine a transformation trip to Machu Picchu with local community engagement.

For further info visit Inkaterra

Steam Lodge

Images courtesy of Inkaterra

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